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Horace Silver: Silver’s Blue

Silver’s Blue documents Horace Silver’s earliest work as a bandleader outside of his Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers association. It was made in 1956 to fulfill a contract obligation with Columbia, after which Silver moved to Blue Note, where he recorded a series of hard-bop classics (Blowin’ the Blues Away, Doin’ the Thing, et al.).

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